Answered Question - Disney Parks Moms Panel
- We will be honeymooning at Disney World from Sept 29 - October 10th 2013 (yay!) What is the best "value" resort to stay at for a couple on their honeymoon?
- - Asked by Lexine on 2/22/2013
- Hi, Lexine! I think the resort you eventually choose is going to be based on personal preferences. There are five awesome value resorts for you to choose from, each of them with incredible theming!
The sports lover might enjoy All Star Sports. All of the All Star resorts feature giant icons that will highlight the theme, so at Sports, you'll see things like larger than life basketball nets, a huge football helmet, and even a cold cup of Coke! Music has some giant country and western boots among the huge icons you'll see there, and Music will have Herbie the Love Bug, Andy's Room from Toy Story, and other movie memories.
Pop Century takes you on a journey through the centuries, and the icons there will include an enormous Rubik's Cube. I like Pop Century because it's a little bit out of the way, whereas the All Stars are all grouped together. I also really enjoy an early morning walk around Pop Century. It frees up some calories to enjoy the tie dye cheesecake at the food court!
The newest of the resorts is the Art of Animation Resort, and you will be fully immersed in some of your favorite movies. There are some incredible interactive features at the resort, using some of the latest technology, and the food court has some really delicious options. There is also the largest pool anywhere on Walt Disney World property at Art of Animation.
I think if it was my honeymoon, it would be a toss up between Pop Century and Art of Animation. I love the new resort, but truly enjoy the peaceful Pop setting. Google some images of both to see which appeals to you!
Congratulations on your upcoming wedding, and have a magical honeymoon!
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